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Across the Pyrenees - Saxophone and Piano 7pm 19th January in Holy Trinity Church Bramley

On Saturday 19th January at 7pm come to the 'Rising Stars' concert in Holy Trinity Church, Bramley, entitled 'Across the Pyrenees' – French and Spanish music for saxophone with fantastic young musicians Jonathan Radford (saxophone) and Christine Zerafa (piano) in association with the Royal College of Music and in support of the RCM Hardship Fund. This will be an exciting and colourful exploration of the cultural sympathy and musical styles of the two countries on either side of the Pyrenees, including music by well known composers Darius Mihaud (his popular ‘Scaramouche’), Manuel de Falla and Gabriel Fauré. In addition there are some lesser known but nonetheless superb composers to discover, and the climax is a ‘Fantasie Brillante’ on tunes from the much loved opera Carmen. As you can imagine, dance rhythms feature throughout, and this is sure to be a concert to get the pulses racing – just the thing for January! Tickets are £10 (students and under 18s £5) available in person from Robertsons in Bramley High Street; they can also be reserved via Stuart White (stuartwhite@waitrose.com or 01483 892645), and they will be available at the door. As usual there will be a free glass of wine or soft drink in the interval.
When
19 Jan 2019 at 7:00pm
until 19 Jan 2019 at 9:00pm
Where
Holy Trinity Church
High Street
Bramley
GU5 0DH

100 Years On - An Armistice Concert on Saturday 17th November 2018 at 7pm in Holy Trinity Church Bramley

Come to Holy Trinity Church, Bramley, on Saturday 17th November at 7 pm for an Armistice Concert – 100 Years On. This very special event will mark the end of the First World War, and will be performed by Hilary Cronin (soprano), Tim Dickinson (baritone) and Richard Saxel (piano). It will include songs by John Ireland, Ivor Gurney, Richard Strauss, Ernest Farrar and Michael Head, and piano solos by Frank Bridge, Maurice Ravel and Enrique Granados. All the songs were written in 1918, and the piano pieces during the war. Tickets are £10 (£5 for students and under 18s) available at the door, or in advance from Robertsons in Bramley High Street, or can be reserved via Stuart White (stuartwhite@waitrose.com / 01483 892645). There will be a free glass of wine or soft drink in the interval, and the concert is in support of The Royal British Legion.
When
17 Nov 2018 at 7:00pm
until 17 Nov 2018 at 9:15pm
Where
Holy Trinity Church
High Street
Bramley
GU5 0HD

From Agincourt to Ilkley Moor - Holy Trinity Church, Bramley on Saturday 13th October at 7pm

The next Bramley Music event is Agincourt to Ilkley Moor on Saturday 13th October at 7pm – when Adrian Leak (http://adrianleak.co.uk) ably assisted by his wife Josephine with the musical illustrations, will take us on another entertaining tour through the colourful world of English hymnody. The journey follows a different course from his talk Solid Joys and Lasting Treasure which he gave at Bramley in 2016, but it is sure to be equally diverting! The event is in support of the Multiple Sclerosis Society. Tickets are £10 (under 18s and students £5); they are available in person from Robertsons in Bramley High Street, and at the door, or you can reserve tickets via Stuart White by email or on 01483 892645. A free glass of wine or soft drink is available in the interval.
When
13 Oct 2018 at 7:00pm
Where
Holy Trinity Church
Bramley
Surrey
GU5 0HD